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LeBron, Wade power Heat past Celts in opener

LeBron, Wade power Heat past Celts in opener

ESPN.com CNNSI.com Updated Oct 30, 2012
LeBron James scored 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds while missing much of the second half with leg cramps, Dwyane Wade scored 29 points and the NBA champion Miami Heat beat the Boston Celtics 120-107 on Tuesday night in the season opener for both team…
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    Chris Bosh Talks After The Heat's Win

    Oct 30
    Chris Bosh's double-double helps lift Heat past Celtics.
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    Oct 30
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  • Video - Biggest Threat To Heat In The East 08:53

    Biggest Threat To Heat In The East

    Oct 30
    Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless debate on the biggest threat to the Heat in the Eastern Conference.
  • Video - Highlight Of The Night 02:01

    Highlight Of The Night

    Oct 30
    Dwyane Wade, LeBron James power Heat to win over Celtics.

Sports Columnists

  • NBA: Steve Nash and the Los Angeles Lakers looking for the right path

    Oct 30
    With Princeton offense run over the pick-and-roll, the Lakers' opening loss to the Mavericks showed a team in need of repair.
  • Dwyane Wade of Miami Heat calls flagrant foul by Boston Celtics' Rajon Ron…

    Oct 30
    Dwyane Wade accused Rajon Rondo of committing a "punk play" in the closing seconds of the Heat's 120-107 victory in the season opener Tuesday night.
  • Ty Lawson, Denver Nuggets, agree to contract extension

    Oct 30
    The Denver Nuggets have reached terms on a contract extension with point guard Ty Lawson.
  • West Side -- James Harden trade will alter 2012-13 NBA outlook

    Oct 30
    The Thunder's ill-timed chemistry experiment should change the way things look out West in 2012-13.